Pandora’s Promise

This documentary film is about nuclear energy and other energy sources. Its central argument is that nuclear power, which still faces historical opposition from environmentalists, is a relatively safe and clean energy source which can help mitigate the serious problem of anthropogenic global warming.The film emphasize that more deaths is caused by coal powered power […]

What Google’s New Autoplay Experiment Means for the Future of Search

We’re moving towards the idea that it’s okay to autoplay video, push preroll type content and use the users intent to give him what he wants.  Creepy? Minority Report?  More likely we reject that and Google finds place where it helps the experience.  I’ve been watching new interfaces on TV apps (Netflix, Hulu, Amazon..) and […]

Facebook Shut Down An Artificial Intelligence Program That Developed Its Own Language

Robots create there own language  maybe the can tech us to communicate better Facebook might have accidentally gotten a little closer to answering Phillip K. Dick’s 1968 question of whether androids dream of electric sheep. The social media giant just shut down an artificial intelligence program after it developed its own language and researchers were […]

A super liquid that fights diabetes, improves your heart health, and supports fat burning and weight loss

There are many natural substances we can and should be using daily to improve and maintain our health. However, certain substances stand above the rest. These are the essential substances that we should be using daily. They stand above the rest because they are safe, easy to use and effective at positively influencing our health […]

New Study Shows Half the Atoms in Our Bodies Came From Beyond the Milky Way

A team of astronomers suggest that life on Earth may have origins beyond the Milky Way. They have discovered, through computer simulations, that up to half the atoms found in the Milky Way (and our bodies) have extragalactic origins. A Diverse Origin When Moby sang about humans being made of stars, he wasn’t just being […]

The US Navy 3D printed a concept submersible in four weeks

Militaries around the world have eyed 3D printing as a cost and time-effective resource for future missions, whether it’s printing up replacement parts for warplanes, grenade launchers, or meals for soldiers. Recently, the US Navy has partnered with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory to develop a proof-of-concept submersible that was printed in under four weeks. […]